Chapbooks

(Stage 2: a BOOK grows in & out of itself)

* SUBMISSIONS OPEN *

The published book, Galerie de Difformité, includes instructions (pages 232-33, which may have led you here) to continue the communal deformation. This space is designated for readers to insert chapbooks, which may be made individually or collaboratively, as well as chosen and downloaded from a selection hosted in a linked site (click here to go there). To view available chapbooks, see also below:

EDITORS & DEFORMANTS (in progress):

  • DO NOT EAT THIS BOOK” by Erik Schurink                                                                                          
  • DICTIONARY OF DEFORMITY” by Libby Panhorst (ed.) with Kathleen Bires, Sara Carminati, Liza Chabot, Rebecca Chowdhury, Ellen Gaglione, Sydney Gutberlet, Brigitte Kemp, Maren Less, Paul Medioli, Max Olson, Vivienne Peng, Anna Roosevelt, Tricia Shimamura, Frances Sutton                                                                                                                   
  • TABLEAUX MEURANTS” by Kate Schapira (ed.) with Cybele Collins, Kate Durbin, Michael Tod Edgerton, David Emmanuel, Jennifer Karmin, Deborah Poe, Rachel Schapira

  • BEATRICE EMERGES” by Kathi Stafford (ed.) with Millicent Borges Accardi, Susan Rogers, Jennifer Smith, Maja Trochimczyk

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  • “HOW TO MAIL A BOOK” by Kat O’Hara, Leslie Lasiter, Claire Buss, Irene McIntosh, Zachary Katz-Stein, Caitlin Fitzpatrick, Sara Baicker-McKee, Susannah Rosenfield, Abby Cheney, Helen Liutongco, Kelly Wahl, Chelsea Borgman, Madeline Gobbo, edited by Ellen Sheffield and Gretchen Henderson

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  • DEFORMITY AS METAMORPHOSIS by Lan Bui, Maritza Chavez, Sanna Ruhi, Katie Graham, Megan Pearson, Lynsey Isaacs, Lina Lin, Andrew Carlson, Amaranth Borsuk, Stephenie Mundt, Joel Kalonji, Roxanne Winn, Elaine Bondoc, Holly Mitchell, Michelle O’Connor, Christina Joo

Chapbook-DeformityasMetamorphosisIf you’re interested in participating or have questions, please contact the Undertaker. And consider first participating in Stage 1, which remains open concurrently with Stage 2.

Published on November 27, 2010 at 7:10 pm  Comments Off on Chapbooks  
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